R&D Budget Analysis

R&D Budget Analysis

176 Related Result(s)

  • The House's FY 2014 Homeland Security spending bill ( HR 2217 ) passed June 6 on a largely party-line 245-182 vote and in spite of the President's overarching veto threat . The bill would make little change to the President’s request for R&D ( PDF ) at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS...
  • On June 4, the full House passed the FY 2014 Miltary Construction / Veterans Affairs appropriations bill ( HR 2216 ) on a near-unanimous 421-4 vote. The bill largely meets the Administration's request for R&D funding at both the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and for R&D activities...
  • On Wednesday, June 12, the House Appropriations Committee approved the FY 2014 Defense appropriations bill on a voice vote, sending the bill to the House floor. The $513 billion bill has created headlines by allocating a greater amount for defense spending than allowed by the current caps under the...
  • The House Appropriations Committee approved the FY 2014 Agriculture appropriations bill on Thursday, June 13, via voice vote. According to current AAAS estimates, the bill would provide $1.9 billion for USDA R&D, though this does not include rangeland research at the Forest Service, which is...
  • Last week the Senate Appropriations Committee approved spending allocations , known as "302(b) allocations," for the 12 spending bills that Congress must pass to fund the government. Like the President's request ( PDF ), the Senate proposes returning discretionary spending to pre-sequester levels...
  • On June 25, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed the FY 2014 Miltary Construction / Veterans Affairs appropriations bill on a 23-6 vote. The bill largely matches both the House appropriation and the the Administration's request for R&D funding at both the Department of Veterans Affairs (...
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee last week approved the FY 2012 Agriculture appropriations bill on a 23-6 vote. According to the committee , the bill provides $1.1 billion for the Agricultural Research Service, about even with FY 2012 levels, 6.9 percent above sequester estimates, and 13.8...
  • Yesterday the House Appropriations Committee passed their FY 2014 Energy & Water spending bill on a 28-21 vote. The bill is perhaps most notable for rather staggering cuts to low-carbon energy R&D funding across multiple offices, agencies and accounts. AAAS has previously reported on the...
  • Both the House and Senate Appropriations Committees have approved their Transportation / HUD spending bills yesterday. The House bill passed on a 28-20 vote, and makes some targeted cuts to the Department of Transportation's R&D agenda for FY 2014. Overall departmental R&D would decline to...
  • Last week the Senate Appropriations Committee passed their FY 2014 Energy & Water spending bill on a 24-6 vote. The bill (S. 1245) marks a clear divergence from the House version as most clean energy R&D programs would see at least a moderate increase above FY 2012 levels, though many would...